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Asked by Luki from Australia | Jun. 22, 2014 21:15
About:China Consulate in Sydney

Taking medication on trip. Do I need a translation or is the original letter in English enough?

I have a letter from my local doctor stating the medication I need to take during my 2 week stay in China.
Thank you.

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Answered by Lena from France | Jun. 23, 2014 03:46
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You needn't translate that. The immigration officers just ensure you take the medicine according to the doctor's prescription.
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